A dialogue for an inclusive and sustainable development

The redevelopment and revitalization of the Bridge-Bonaventure and Pointe-du-Moulin sector will truly create a dynamic and unifying neighbourhood that will help strengthen the urban fabric of Montreal, while respecting its economic, cultural and social heritage.

The proposed densification will allow for more space for parks, waterfront trails, community and cultural facilities, as well as funding for more abundant green spaces.

The urban development professionals are at the heart of the revival of this historic and promising sector, alongside renowned private and public partners.

Our Vision

Located at the foot of the Victoria Bridge, a short distance from the Old Port and at the heart of the future Réseau express métropolitain (REM), the Bridge-Bonaventure sector has great potential for the creation of a new urban landscape that complements the City of Montreal's vision.

The complete transformation of this area will be part of the desire for continuity and re-urbanization of the sector, which will contribute substantially to breaking down urban barriers.

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Our priorities revolve around three pillars:

Multifunctional and mixed-use redevelopment

The redevelopment of the area involves making it multifunctional and mixed-use, both socially and economically. This includes the development of 1,400 family housing units, 20% social and affordable housing, the creation of a civic hub that can include a public school, and the integration of commercial and office spaces.

Integration and urban mobility

The new development will be an example of integration and mobility. Perfectly aligned with the REM's route and station, its configuration will allow for the creation of a new subdivision in relation to the existing urban fabric, while offering the opportunity to redevelop Bridge Street and the railway overpass.

The banks of the Lachine Canal would thus be accessible to the public again through the creation of green spaces that would highlight this landmark of Montreal's industrial history.

Cleantech Cluster

The entire planned project would cover approximately 5 million square feet, the main component of which would be the establishment of a centre specializing in the research and development of clean technology companies.

This will act as a vector and catalyst for the redevelopment of this former industrial district, ensuring a natural transition between its historic character and its great potential for the future.

Multifunctional and mixed-use redevelopment

The redevelopment of the area involves making it multifunctional and mixed-use, both socially and economically. This includes the development of 1,400 family housing units, 20% social and affordable housing, the creation of a civic hub that can include a public school, and the integration of commercial and office spaces.

Integration and urban mobility

The new development will be an example of integration and mobility. Perfectly aligned with the REM's route and station, its configuration will allow for the creation of a new subdivision in relation to the existing urban fabric, while offering the opportunity to redevelop Bridge Street and the railway overpass.

The banks of the Lachine Canal would thus be accessible to the public again through the creation of green spaces that would highlight this landmark of Montreal's industrial history.

Cleantech Cluster

The entire planned project would cover approximately 5 million square feet, the main component of which would be the establishment of a centre specializing in the research and development of clean technology companies.

This will act as a vector and catalyst for the redevelopment of this former industrial district, ensuring a natural transition between its historic character and its great potential for the future.

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Multifunctional and mixed-use redevelopment

The redevelopment of the area involves making it multifunctional and mixed-use, both socially and economically. This includes the development of 1,000 family housing units, 20% social and affordable housing, the creation of a civic hub that can include a public school, and the integration of commercial and office spaces.

The implementation of this inspiring and ambitious project is led by the urban development professionals, a consortium born of key partnerships between several important enterprises and experts in the real estate sector.

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Frequently asked questions

Why are the urban development professionals organizing this consultation?
Where is the Bridge-Bonaventure and Pointe-du-Moulin sector located?
Why is it essential to plan the development of the Bridge-Bonaventure and Pointe-du-Moulin sector?  
How important is the development of this area to downtown Montreal?
What are the benefits of the Bridge-Bonaventure and Pointe-du-Moulin sector for future residents?
What does your vision of the sector's development include in terms of offerings?
What are some of the challenges the City of Montreal and other stakeholders will have to address in developing this sector?
What densification do you propose?
What are the next steps for the development of the Bridge-Bonaventure and Pointe-du-Moulin sector?

Do you have any questions?

For all media requests, contact Justin Meloche at jmeloche@national.ca or 514-995-9704.
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